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How to define a c-shell env variable in perl?

How to define a c-shell env variable in perl?

How to define a c-shell env variable in perl?

(OP)
Hi,

maybe someone is aware how to define
a c-shell environmet variable in a perl script.

e.g.

setenv QUERY "requestor = 'berndf'"

Thanks Bernd

RE: How to define a c-shell env variable in perl?

The environment is kept in a hash in perl, so it would be:

$ENV{QUERY}="requestor='berndf'"

That will do it.  It won't, however, set it for the rest of your session, it only sets it in the environment for the perl script, I believe.  A perl script runs as a different process from it's parent, so a child changing env vars does not affect the parent.

so, it's
$ENV{VARIABLE_NAME}= "value"

As always, I hope that helped!

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